Jan 23, 2019 8:17 pm
We have been in our home for nearly 7 years, which we purchased just after construction.
I have noticed for some time that on one corner that from the 2nd course of brick work that it has slowly slipped forward 5 to 10mm.
Who would I get to check this out a bricklayer or engineer?
These pics are from a while ago, its out further now.
Re: Bricklayer or Engineer2
Jan 23, 2019 9:30 pm
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Re: Bricklayer or Engineer4
Jan 25, 2019 8:15 pm
From my experience the footing may not be a 100% in that corner.If you dig up the corner and see if the footing extends out to form a proper rebate for the brickwork.Probably won't be a huge issue but best to have a look.
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